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Recipe for Leftover Coffee Grounds: Maple Mocha Granola

Is there anyone else out there who throws away your used coffee grounds each morning with a twinge of guilt?  Or anybody who pours the significant remainder of your partner’s gourmet french press coffee down the drain with sadness in your heart? (Yes, founder of Coletti Coffee, I am calling you out.)  All those beautiful, fragrant, still-antioxidant-rich grounds (and coffee) just going to waste…until today!

Choosing the Perfect Camping Percolator

Nothing beatsbrewing your own cup of coffee with a percolator coffee pot. Percolators, as opposed to drip makers, allow you to unplug—literally—and enjoy the process. The experience is relaxing and satisfying, and the hands-on method makes it easy to tweak your recipe for a drink that’s fine-tuned to your taste.

Percolator coffee pots are a classic go-to for campers and fans of the outdoors. Their durable structure helps them to do well in rugged settings, and if you get one made of the right materials it will avoid corrosion in the rain…

A Coffee Percolator (Stainless Steel) is
a Camper’s Best Friend

Next time you’re packing up for an outdoor adventure, don’t forget the percolator. A coffee percolator is a versatile tool to include in your campground kitchen.

For camping purposes in particular, it’s best to choose a stainless steel percolator. These products are best equipped to handle the rough and unpredictable conditions of the outdoors. A stainless steel percolator won’t rust in the rain, or if it’s still wet when you pack it up with the rest of your camp kitchen. Aluminum percolators can also resist corrosion, but health risks associated with aluminum make stainless steel a safer option.